Lightroom or Photoshop? What should I use for my photo editing?

Lightroom or Photoshop? What should I use for my photo editing?

by Jared Hodges

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Lightroom or Photoshop? What should I use for my photo editing?


Many people just don't understand what tools they have available to them when it comes to editing photos. Within Adobe's Creative Suite, there are two programs designed specifically with photographers in mind: Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. At first glance, these two programs might appear redundant, as they're both made with the goal of editing photographs of all kinds. But the truth is,  each program is designed with a different purpose in mind, and each offers a distinct post-production photography workflow. My webinar will breakdown why you should choose one over the other and why both of them are important to know and use.


 
 

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Presenter: Jared Hodges

Jared Hodges’ love for photography began in 1984 when his parents purchased his first camera out of a JC Penny’s catalog. During the last 30 years, capturing the important and beautiful things in life has been his passion. Jared has been published in many newspapers, magazines (including Sports Illustrated), and websites and knows what makes a great photograph. He has taught photography, graphic design, and publishing to high school students for the past fifteen years and has published five yearbooks as an adviser to the school's yearbook program. He views every shoot as an opportunity to showcase the inherent light, beauty, and subtle humor in the world around us.

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